2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
    Jul 15, 2024  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Engineering (GPS)


This plan outlines a four-year path to graduation. You are expected to satisfy all “success marker” courses, grades, and GPAs as specified. For part-time students and students needing to complete background material, this schedule represents the order in which courses should be taken. This suggested plan to four-year graduation does not replace regular advising appointments. Some course offerings may change.

Fall One


Total: 15 Credit Hours


SUCCESS MARKERS: Complete CS 1180  with a C or better; Complete ENG 1100  with a C or better; Complete MTH 2570  or CS 2200  with a C or better

Spring Two


Total: 16 Credit Hours


SUCCESS MARKERS: Complete CS 1181  with a C or better

Total: 17 Credit Hours


SUCCESS MARKERS: Complete CEG 3310  with a C or betterr

Total: 15 Credit Hours


SUCCESS MARKERS: Complete CS 3100  with a C or better

Fall Five


Total: 14 Credit Hours


Spring Six


Total: 15 Credit Hours


Fall Seven


Total: 16 Credit Hours


Spring Eight


  • CS or CEG Technical Electives 4000 Level Credit Hour(s): 3
  • Credit Hour(s): 3
  • General Elective Credit Hour(s): 3
  • WSU Core Course Credit Hour(s): 3

Total: 15 Credit Hours


Program Description


The Computer Science and Engineering Department (CSE) is nationally recognized for its high quality of research and education. Our energetic, innovative and multidisciplinary faculty is committed to excellence in teaching and innovative research programs at the leading edge of computer science and engineering. We have long standing collaborations with vibrant local, state, and national computer industries. We are in close proximity to research facilities such at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.

Our programs include studies in Computer Science with strong interdisciplinary programs in bioinformatics, business and computational science. The Computer Engineering program has an option to concentrate on emerging wireless computing technologies.

Come explore the small campus atmosphere, where you can feel the sense of community, diversity and intellectual vigor. Here you will have the opportunity to truly reach your fullest potential. We have small class sizes, low student-teacher ratio, excellent interaction with dedicated faculty members, plus opportunities for undergraduate and graduate student participation in funded research projects

Career Opportunities


For career information, please visit Wright State University Career Services:

http://www.wright.edu/careerservices

Campus Contact Information


Academic success resources (math, writing, tutoring): http://www.wright.edu/uc/success/

Admissions: http://www.wright.edu/admissions/

Financial Aid: http://www.wright.edu/financialaid/

Transitional Advising WebPage (TAP): http://www.wright.edu/semesters-advising

Additional Comments


Phone: 937.775.5131
Email: cse-dept@wright.edu
Web: http://www.engineering.wright.edu/cse